Only South Carolina's Judge Ralph King Anderson, when deciding the scope of the discovery of peer review material, could have written this:
"The cognoscenti of health care nomology trust and rely upon Peer Review Statutes as the quiddity and hypostasis of the hospital/physician relationship. The quintessence and elixir of the peer review process is confidentiality."
Say what?? Please put down the thesaurus and step away from the opinion, Judge.
Now wouldn't this sentence work much better:
"Peer Review Statutes recognize that the promise of confidentiality is key to a hospital's peer review process. "
Anyone got any better suggestions?